The Swedish striker has started life with his new club, joining his team-mates for his first practice session on Thursday at Carrington ahead of his potential debut on Saturday
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has completed his first training session as a Manchester United player.
The high-profile summer signing, who joined the Red Devils on a Bosman free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain earlier this month, was given an extended holiday following his participation at the Euro 2016 finals with Sweden.
But the 34-year-old finally made his much-anticipated arrival at United’s Carrington training complex on Thursday ahead of a potential debut in his homeland of Sweden on Saturday when United take on Galatasaray in Gothenburg,
Ibrahimovic was seen laughing and joking with team-mates during the session, in which he donned the club’s new blue training outfit emblazoned with his new No.9 squad number.
The first footage of @Ibra_official in training at #MUFC! https://t.co/1UOFe5WQnF
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 28, 2016
The giant striker and the rest of the first-team squad were put through their paces by new boss Jose Mourinho’s assistant manager Rui Faria.
And Ibrahimovic looked sharp and ready following his holidays in Venice Beach, Carlifornia, during which he posted a number of pictures on Instagram of himself undertaking an extensive training routine.
After the clash with Galatasaray, United host Everton in Wayne Rooney’s testimonial before their first competitive fixture on August 7 against Leicester City in the FA Community Shield.